How people are setting up gardens in Abkhazia to survive the pandemic
Azerbaijan’s economy before and after the pandemic – what to expect and what to be afraid of? Interview with economist
Natiq Jafarli: “The only hope of the government is that after the pandemic, the oil price may rise again”
Within six years, the tax will increase 5-6 times, and for expensive apartments and houses, it will increase tenfold
Abkhaz authorities must pass some unpopular reforms to overcome the current economic crisis, including downscaling the bureaucratic apparatus
Groups of young people are uniting and changing the situation in the most “difficult” villages of the country, using their own potential and resources
This took place after American congressmen vouched for the company and its activities in Georgia
Some experts say that a tightening of currency exchange legislation will lead to the growth of a black market
All you need to know about the government anti-crisis programs, why the wealthy receive assistance while the poor do not, protecting labor rights and plans to improve the lives of the most vulnerable social groups
The Armenian government will finance the modernization of nuclear power plants from its own funds
Businessman Sergey Sargsyan talks about his European cheese shop, how he held out during the period of severe emergency restrictions and what he faces now
"Environmental requirements will decline and ecology will be sacrificed for the sake of the economy" Interview with environmental activist Javier Qara
In 2020, due to the spread of the coronavirus and closed borders, tens of thousands of people were unable to leave for seasonal work. How will this turn out for the country's economy, and how are the authorities going to provide them with work
The government maintains that the pandemic is the reason for the reduction in investment, while the opposition claims that it was caused by the distrust of foreign business in the Georgian justice system.
Parliamentary committees will continue to discuss budget adjustments.
The country is preparing to welcome its first tourists since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic
What the American company wrote in a letter to the Georgian Prime Minister
The government has developed a stimulus programme for businesses affected by coronavirus – those who don’t qualify are finding ways to help themselves.
Surprise inspections are being conducted at all operating businesses. The police are monitoring citizens’ compliance with the new rules of conduct
Many Georgians are protesting against the government initiative to subsidize interest on mortgages
Armenian government to help businesses starting from zero – yet another measure to overcome the consequences of coronavirus
This is the 19th anti-crisis stimulus program to provide social and economic assistance to Armenian citizens
What to expect from July 1. The Georgian government's plans and expert opinions
One-time benefits, subsidies and grants should help farmers cope with the crisis